Ross Levinsohn

Los Angeles Times

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Ross Levinsohn is the publisher and CEO of the LA Times. He is a former executive at Yahoo and Fox Interactive Media

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The Los Angeles Times' new publisher and CEO Ross Levinsohn, along with new interim executive editor Jim Kirk discuss their plans for a newspaper that has been battered by years of…

New LA Times leadership on the paper's future

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